For a limited time, enjoy a 15% discount on the NanoQuest spectral sensor. NanoQuest is a compact FT-IR device for qualification and quantification of materials from 1350-2500 nm. Its performance is comparable to laboratory spectrometers, but at dramatically smaller size and lower cost.
NanoQuest is based on Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) technology, which is often favored in laboratory spectrometers because it collects spectral data over a wide range. The sensor’s patented micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) technology allows for a continuous-wave Michelson interferometer to be created monolithically on a MEMS chip. This enables detection of all wavelengths simultaneously, and mitigates the effects of motion on sensor stability.
NanoQuest Special Promo
From now through March 26, 2021, purchase a NanoQuest spectral sensor at a 15% discount on standard pricing. Your NanoQuest (item NANOQ-2.5) purchase includes a model-specific 400 µm optical fiber and spectroscopy software.
NanoQuest is small enough to fit in your hand, is a fraction of the cost of similar instruments (and even more affordable with the discount), and is ideal for applications including soil and agricultural analysis, product identification and authentication, and materials qualification.
Ocean Insight reserves the right to change the terms or conditions of any discount or other promotion at any time, for any reason, without prior written notice. The offer is not transferable and cannot be combined with other spectrometer-related offers. Terms, conditions and participation may vary by geographic location. Please contact your Ocean Insight country representative or distributor for details. Only one NanoQuest per order is available for the discount.
FT-NIR spectroscopy offers a simple tool to identify different types of textiles, with distinct spectral features observed at wavelengths >1350 nm. This approach may be useful for authentication of natural and synthetic consumer textile products.
Covers wider spectral range (1350-2500 nm), at lower cost, than other shortwave IR instrumentation
Ultra-compact size (smaller than a deck of playing cards) frees up bench space and makes scalability simpler
User-selectable optical resolution (8 nm or 16 nm FWHM) and scan rate provide experiment flexibility
Versatile setup options enable absorbance/transmission or reflectance measurements
Wider range and lower cost make access to shortwave IR measurements more manageable for a greater number of researchers
- Authentication – identification of counterfeit textiles, polymers
- Biomedical and Life Sciences – analysis of bodily fluids, hair samples
- Food and Agriculture – soybean screening; measurement of sugar content in cereals; raw milk analysis; monitoring nutrients in soil, feed and leaves